We have translated a recent report into four different languages. The report was designed and we have Indesign files. We would need a graphics designer to take the source files and change the text from English to French, German, Greek and Italian.
Translated resources means that governments across Europe are more likely to engage with our work, understand why ending statelessness is important and how it can be done.
This briefing is published and authored by the European Network on Statelessness (ENS), a civil society alliance of over 150 organisations and individual experts in 41 countries committed to addressing statelessness in Europe. Everyone has the right to a nationality. ENS believes this must be respected and that the human rights of people who lack a nationality - stateless people - must be protected. ENS is dedicated to working with stateless people in Europe to advocate for their rights and aims to reach its goals through law and policy development, awareness-raising, and capacity-building.